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Artist.......: Joseph Arthur and the Lonely Astronauts
Album........: Temporary people
Label........: Fargo/Naïve
Genre........: Indie
Catnr........: n/a
source.......: CDDA
rip.date.....: Sep-25-2008
str.date.....: Sep-30-2008
quality......: VBR/44.1Hz/Joint-Stereo
Url..........: n/a

track title time

01. Temporary people 05:06
02. Faith 04:42
03. Say goodbye 04:03
04. Dear savior 03:37
05. Look into the sky 04:10
06. Sunrise dolls 03:58
07. A dream is longer than the night 02:26
08. Heart's a soldier 04:02
09. Turn you on 04:41
10. Winter blades 03:50
11. Drive 05:00
12. Good friend 03:45

Runtime 49:20 min
Size 75,9 MB

Release Notes:

Joseph began writing and playing music in his early
teens, after inheriting an electronic keyboard from
his aunt: "I couldn't play along with my
records, so that's why I started writing my own.
The keyboard had a sequencer so I started writing
these little electronic music things. I thought I
was a genius, and I would play them for my mom. And
she'd be like, 'It sounds like Chinese music,' and
it would crush me. I wanted her to say, 'That's the
most genius thing I've ever heard.'" At age 16,
he played bass in a blues band called Frankie Starr
and the Chill Factor, which disbanded by 1991.

In the early '90s, Joseph Arthur was recording home
demos, playing local Atlanta clubs and working as a
guitar salesman at Clark Music Store.

Harvey Schwartz, Peter Gabriel's A&R associate, was
presenting Gabriel new artists at his apartment in
New York City, with one of the demo tapes being
Joseph's first EP Cut and Blind. Gabriel found the
songwriter a great fit for his label Real World
Records, and Joseph was offered a record deal. Both
Gabriel and Schwartz arranged a live audition at
the Fez in NYC, where Arthur flew up from Atlanta.
The night was clearly a success--not only was Lou
Reed a guest in the audience, but within a few
months Arthur was officially signed, making
Joseph the first American recording artist signed
to Gabriel's label. Recording for his debut
album began at Gabriel's Real World Studios in
England with producer Markus Dravs (experimental
Björk engineer; co-producer of Coldplay's 2008
album Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends).
The debut album Big City Secrets was released
worldwide in Spring 1997, and Joseph joined
Gabriel's WOMAD tour in Europe. Two years later,
Joseph recorded a mini-album called Vacancy, which
earned him a Grammy nomination in 2000 for best
recording package.

April 2000 saw the release of Come to Where I'm
From, the album that, for the first time, exposed
him to a larger audience (also thanks to opening up
for Ben Harper and Gomez). During the same period,
a live album recorded at the Gypsy Tea Room in
Dallas, Texas saw a promotional release. After
releasing a series of 4 tour-only EPs called
Junkyard Hearts, his third album, Redemption's Son,
came out in May 2002 in the UK (and November 2002
in the US, after being dropped by EMI in North

In the middle of a long and successful tour during
which performances were, to a large extent,
recorded and sold immediately after the last note
had been played, he found time to release one more
album: an alternative rock project called Holding
the Void (featuring Joseph on vocals and guitar,
Pat Sansone on vocals and bass, and Rene Lopez on
vocals and drums).

Summer 2003 saw him on tour with Tracy Chapman in
the US. After signing a new recording contract
with Vector Recordings, Arthur began recording his
fourth official studio album, Our Shadows Will
“ ...Arthur says, "I got totally wasted for a
while in New Orleans, then I went to L.A. and was
going further that way, and I called up my friends
in New Orleans and said, 'I'm coming back and I
have to straighten out and you have to help me.'"
Staying sober, Arthur returned to his previous
co-producer, Mike Napolitano, and his French
Quarter apartment/studio to make a more streamlined
fourth album. "I started working on my new record
and it became obvious that Universal wasn't gonna
sign me up again," says Arthur. "They finally let
me go, but it was a struggle."

His travails made their way onto the masterful Our
Shadows Will Remain. "The record is largely about
finding out where I'm at now," says Arthur. "There
was a lot of addiction and a lot of pain, and a lot
of the songs are about that. When your life isn't
working out, you dig deeper into what's going to
satisfy you. If you become disillusioned, you start
to get to the heart of the matter."

“ "I can be really down and go to my guitar
and write something, and it can elevate the
situation," Arthur says. "That's such a wonderful
gift. In and of itself, that's enough." ”

Our Shadows Will Remain was released in October
2004. While touring the US alone and with Joan
Wasser in promotion for the album, a new EP called
And the Thieves Are Gone came out in December 2004.
Shortly afterwards, Arthur went on a brief tour
with R.E.M. throughout Europe.

Arthur spent 2005 again on tour in both the US and
Europe. Arthur staged his first art exhibition in
2006 at the Vertigo Gallery in London from February
10 to February 12. He also contributed a design
to the Yellow Bird Project for the benefit of Mercy
Corps. Also in 2006, Joseph and longtime
professional partner Lauren Pattenaude started his
own record label, Lonely Astronaut Records. He
released an artbook with accompanying instrumental
CD in May 2006, titled The Invisible Parade (CD) &
We Almost Made It (book). He simultaneously
recorded his fifth official studio album Nuclear
Daydream, and released the album as the first on
his own label in September 2006. Following the new
album, Joseph set out on a worldwide tour, the
first to feature his new backing band The Lonely

His song "In the Sun" was covered by Michael Stipe
of R.E.M. and Chris Martin of Coldplay in 2006 for
a Hurricane Katrina Relief EP (available
exclusively on iTunes). The EP includes 6 versions
of the cover, one of which has Arthur himself
singing with Stipe, and another remixed by Justin
Timberlake. On March 26, 2007, 14th Floor Records
(Joseph's label in the UK) released a re-recorded
version of his 2002 song "Honey and the Moon" as a
special single in the UK only. April 17, 2007 saw
the US release of his sixth studio album, Let's
Just Be, the first album recorded with his band The
Lonely Astronauts. 16 of the reported 80 songs
that he and the band recorded in late 2006 yielded
the Let's Just Be album (though it is uncertain
whether the remaining 64 songs will ever see the
light of day or not). A US tour followed the
album's release.

Joseph quickly started working on the follow-up to
Let's Just Be. In January 2008, it was announced
that Joseph would be releasing 4 brand new EPs and
one new full-length album throughout 2008,
beginning with Could We Survive on March 18; the
second EP, titled Crazy Rain, released on April 15;
the third, titled Vagabond Skies, released on June
10; and the fourth, titled Foreign Girls, on July
8. Joseph played seven solo shows during the
SXSW 2008 Festival: six in Austin and one in
Dallas. Live dates in Europe and an extensive
US solo tour coincide with the new releases.
Temporary People, his seventh studio album (and
second with The Lonely Astronauts), is set for
release on September 30, 2008.

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